Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’


  • Non-profit

    Legal Services Corporation

    The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is a federal government-created and funded nonprofit which distributes federal money to regional nonprofits across the United States to provide legal aid to low-income individuals. In 2019, the LSC had a budget of $440 million distributed to over 130 regional organizations serving 1.8 million clients.
  • Non-profit

    Hopewell Fund

    The Hopewell Fund is a 501(c)(3) funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit managed by Arabella Advisors, a Washington, D.C.-based philanthropy consulting firm. The Hopewell Fund manages a number of left-of-center single-issue advocacy groups, including the Economic Security Project and pro-Obamacare Get America Covered. The Hopewell Fund often operates alongside its “sister” nonprofits, primarily
  • Non-profit

    Every Texan

    Every Texan (formerly Center for Public Policy Priorities or CPPP) is an advocacy group based in Texas which promotes left-of-center healthcare, education, and economic policies.  Every Texan says that the policies it promotes will lead to “an exciting, demographically changing state” with more government involvement in health care, education, and
  • Non-profit

    CASA de Maryland

    CASA de Maryland (also called CASA) is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) immigration advocacy organization that helps immigrants, most often of Central American extraction, find employment, regardless of their legal status in the United States. CASA’s executive director has told workers he will never turn their names over to federal immigration officials.
  • Non-profit

    Campaign Legal Center

    The Campaign Legal Center is an advocacy group aligned with left-of-center interests that supports strict enforcement of campaign finance laws. Legal Center attorneys track and participate in a variety of cases around the country involving campaign finance law at the federal, state, and local levels. Background The CLC was founded
  • Movement

    Black Lives Matter

    Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a movement ostensibly seeking to reform police conduct especially as it involves use of force against African-American suspects and civilians. The movement has been criticized for appearing to tolerate violent demonstrations in its name,[206] for stoking racial tensions, [207] and for
  • Non-profit

    Atlantic Advocacy Fund

    The Atlantic Advocacy Fund is a Delaware-based left-of-center 501(c)(4) pass-through nonprofit associated with Atlantic Philanthropies, a Bermuda-based foundation which makes grants in the United States. Funding Between 2007 and 2015, Atlantic Philanthropy’s 501(c)(4) Atlantic Advocacy Fund provided a series of grants toward several Tides Advocacy projects and
  • Non-profit

    United We Dream

    The United We Dream Network (UWD) is a left-of-center immigration advocacy organization that opposes the deportation of illegal immigrants, advocates for the full reinstatement of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) partial amnesty program, supports defunding the police and ending all enforcement actions by U.S. immigration authorities, and promotes
  • Non-profit

    Mi Familia Vota

    Mi Familia Vota (Spanish for “My Family Votes”) is a left-leaning voter activation and engagement group that seeks to increase the political influence of left-leaning Latino communities by helping immigrants become citizens and increasing Hispanic voter participation. MFV operates in Texas, California, Arizona, Nevada, and Florida, states which, after New
  • Non-profit

    Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

    The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) is a left-wing litigation and advocacy group focused on immigration, election procedure, and Census and demographic interest issues. Founded in the late 1960s with extensive financial support from the left-wing Ford Foundation which continues through the present day, MALDEF is
  • Non-profit

    League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

    The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is a left-of-center organization founded in 1929 that advocates on behalf of left-of-center Hispanic interests. LULAC’s initiatives are executed through programming, political advocacy, and individual member participation at the local level. Earlier in 2018, LULAC’s leadership suffered after the organization’s former president
  • Non-profit

    Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)

    The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is a large and prominent advocacy organization for Muslims in the United States.[456] Throughout its history, CAIR has been suspected of supporting political Islamist movements, especially the Muslim Brotherhood.[457] In 1994, a year before the United States labeled the Palestinian
  • Person

    Norman Lear

    Norman Lear is a television producer who created a number of politically charged television shows, including “All in the Family,” “Maude,” and “The Jeffersons.” [559] Lear is a self-admitted liberal and an advocate for a left-wing political agenda, including higher taxes[560] and abortion.[561] When
  • Person

    Michael Kieschnick

     Michael Kieschnick is the president and CEO of CREDO Mobile, a cellular service company than channels one percent of its revenues into left-of-center causes. Kieschnick has been involved with numerous left-wing groups, including the Real Justice PAC, the League of Women Voters, and NextGen Climate. Kieschnick
  • Person

    Jonathan Soros

    Jonathan Soros is a prominent liberal donor. The son of liberal finance billionaire and political donor George Soros, Jonathan spent many years managing his father’s varied financial interests,[665] and in recent years, has taken a prominent role in his father’s left-of-center political endeavors hoping to parlay his
  • Non-profit

    National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

    The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is a membership society that hosts programs and publishes scientific studies in the United States. Established by a Congressional charter in 1863, NAS operates as an independent nonprofit organization that advises the federal government on scientific issues and conducts studies on its behalf.
  • Non-profit

    NEO Philanthropy Action Fund

    NEO Philanthropy Action Fund (formerly Public Interest Projects Action Fund) is the 501(c)(4) lobbying and election-related advocacy arm of left-of-center funding pass-through NEO Philanthropy (formerly Public Interest Projects). It provides financial support to a number of other left-of-center lobbying and election-related advocacy groups. Political Activities Americans for Financial Reform
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    League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF)

    Also see League of Conservation Voters (nonprofit) The League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF) is the educational arm of the League of Conservation Voters, an environmentalist advocacy group that endorses left-wing candidates for public office. It seeks to educate the public on environmental issues and build support
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    National Jobs for All Coalition

    The National Jobs for All Coalition is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Lynbrook, New York. The organization is known for its advocacy of far-left economic policies such as a $15 minimum wage, higher taxes, and a guaranteed annual income for all Americans.[823] The group enjoys the backing
  • Non-profit

    Piper Fund

    The Piper Fund is a campaign finance reform donor collaborative hosted by the Proteus Fund, a center-left funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. The Piper Action Fund is the advocacy arm of the Piper Fund and is hosted by the 501(c)(4) Proteus Action League. Both the Piper Fund and